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Policy recommendations

Klaus von Grebmer (), Jill Bernstein, Naomi Hossain, Tracy Brown, Nilam Prasai, Yisehac Yohannes, Fraser Patterson, Andrea Sonntag, Sophia-Maria Zimmerman, Olive Towey and Connell Foley

Chapter 4 in 2017 Global Hunger Index: The inequalities of hunger, 2017, pp 30-31 from International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Abstract: Although enough food is produced globally to feed the world, hunger persists—largely the product of various and severe inequalities. Yet neither hunger nor inequality is inevitable; both are rooted in uneven power relations that often are perpetuated and exacerbated by laws, policies, attitudes, and practices.

Keywords: Americas; South America; Europe; Asia; Africa South of Sahara; Africa; hunger; nutrition; health; malnutrition; gender; women; income; economic development; food policies; food security; nutrition security; nutrition policies; agricultural policies; inequality; food sovereignty; sustainable development goals (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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